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The 2nd Digital Agenda Assembly (DAA) will take place in Brussels, on 21 - 22 June 2012.

The Digital Agenda for Europe is the European Union's roadmap for bringing the benefits of a digital society and economy to Europe's citizens. But it can only deliver if all stakeholders are involved in assessing problems and identifying solutions.

The European Commission has launched an online discussion forum to prepare the workshops. The discussion forum is of fundamental importance for both the DAA and the Digital Agenda mid term review; feedback from the online engagement will be reported in the workshops and will be the basis for each workshop discussion and the mid-term review.
The DAA discussion forum can be accessed here.

The general DAA website can be accessed via this link.

If you use twitter, the workshop hashtag is : #da12data
The online forum is open to everybody !

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You can find the report here.

Paper accepted at LTC 2011
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European Day of Languages
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Last Updated: 7 May 2012

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